Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Domino's Pizza - ‎50% off pizza on Global Domino's Day [Worldwide] - on 8th December

Domino’s Pizza, Inc. (NYSE:DPZ) has announced that on December 8, customers across 19 countries will be able to receive 50% off any menu-priced pizza ordered online through a tab on their Facebook Page. Domino’s is celebrating their 51st birthday this week and they have stores in 70 international markets. If you are interested in being a part of Global Domino’s Day, visit the Domino’s Pizza Facebook Page.

From the Domino’s Page:
“We’re hosting a Global Pizza Party and YOU are invited. December 8th is Global Domino’s Day, and we’re celebrating with 50% off menu-priced online pizza orders.”

How to get this offer?

  1. Go to Domino's online Ordering Website.
  2. Select Locality, Enter Address for Home Delivery or Select Pickup.
  3. Select your Pizza. 
  4. Use Coupon Code NET14.
  5. Minimum order Should of Rs 500 Before Discount.

Please visit us again to see more such offers. :-)

UPDATE: As this offer is Expired, We have a new offer which is currently active: Buy one Get one. To know More Click here

Buy one beverage and Get one beverage absolutely Free - Barista Lavazza 50% off

Pay Rs. 25 now and Get buy one and Get one beverage absolutely Free @ Barista Lavazza
  • Offer entitles you to :
    • Buy any beverage and get another one of the same or lesser value absolutely free
  • Enjoy the scintilating beverages of Barista Lavazza with friends and family!
  • An exciting range of beverages for you to choose from!

The Fine Print The Fine Print

  • Valid till 1 Jan 2012
  • One coupon applicable per table
  • Multiple coupons can be purchased as gifts
  • Carrying the printout of the coupon is mandatory
  • Cannot be combined with other existing offers
  • The coupon entitles you one complimentary beverage on purchase of another beverage
  • Complimentary beverage can be of same or lesser value
  • This coupon is property of Barista Coffee Company Limited (BCCL) & can only be used at Barista Lavazza outlet as specified
  • The use of this coupon is subject to the terms and conditions, as maybe laid out by the company from time to time
  • Offer valid across cities & in outlets as mentioned in the address column
  • This deal is applicable in the following cities : Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Baroda, Chandigarh, Dehradun, Hyderabad, Indore, Jalandar, Jammu, Kanpur, Karnal, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Manipal, Mohali, Mysore, Mysore Highway, Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, Bangalore, Chennai
  • This is non-transferable coupon
  • Offer valid only on beverages
  • Offer not valid on 25 & 31 Dec 2011
  • Taxes included
  • Open on all days of a week
  • Timings : 11:00 to 20:00 hrs
To go to deal page Click buy now below or Click here

  • 50%
  • 25

Little Oxford English Dictionary for Rs 77 worth MRP Rs 190 - Sulekha Deals

Get a Little oxford English Dictionary at discounted price.
Actual Price:Rs.190
Offer Price:Rs.118
Deal on Deals Price:Rs.77


  • Essential vocabulary for everyday use
  • Clear and simple definitions now even easier to understand
  • Spelling tips: spelling and grammar notes to help you get it right
  • Factfinder section: kings and queens, countries, capitals, and more

Fine Print

  • Offer valid till stock lasts.
  • Cannot be combined with other existing offers.
  • Inclusive of shipping charges.

How to get little oxford Dictionary for Rs 77?
  1. Click here to go to Deal Page.
  2. Buy now for Rs 77.
Share this deal with your friends and Comment below if you have any problem buying this deal.

Google+ Gets Face Recognition, Deeper Gmail Integration

Google is on fire today: besides introducing the new activities recommendation engine Schemer, and the news aggregatorCurrents, the company also improved Google+ with several nifty features, including face detection.

The new feature is called Find my Face, and it helps tag photos of people in pictures, provided they’ve activated the feature.
Google has obviously learned a lesson from Facebook, which suffered some backlash – even an EU probe – over turning its face recognition feature on by default. In Google+, you can accept or reject someone tagging you or turn the feature on and off and, most importantly, the feature is opt-in.
Find my Face will be rolling out to users over the next couple of days.
Gmail has also been upgraded with a couple of social networking features, making it easier to add people to your Google+ Circles from Gmail and share stuff on Google+ without leaving your inbox.

Furthermore, you can now also filter messages in Gmail according to your Circles; for example, you can see only the messages from your family, work colleagues or any other group of people you’ve defined as a Circle.
Google will be rolling out these new features to users’ Gmail and Gmail Contacts over the next couple of days.

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